Croyde Stormy Evening

Croyde Stormy Evening - Devon Seascapes
As the storm clouds slowly pass over the bay a flash of evening golden light falls on Croyde Beach, Devon.
Croyde is a village on the west-facing coastline of North Devon, England. Croyde village and its beach faces the Atlantic Ocean near the western limit of the Bristol Channel. On the beach a large dune system has formed past the high-tide mark. Sand underlies the land surface between the beach and the centre of Croyde village, 600 yards (550 m) to the east. The beach forms the middle section of a trio of sandy beaches north of the Taw Estuary. Three-and-three-quarter-mile-long (6.0 km) Saunton Sands is 2⁄3 mile (1.1 km) to the south, and 1.8-mile-long (2.9 km) Woolacombe Sands, divided into Putsborough and Woolacombe beaches, is 0.93 miles (1.50 km) to the north.
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